Hanlon says Winnie Pooh requires $6,000 in yearly care, including dog walkers, feeding and medical procedures.
Hanlon is demanding back pay for Winnie Pooh's care and financial documents related to her trust.
White House deputy national security adviser Ben Rhodes says he delivered a letter to Myanmar last week from President Barack Obama inviting Suu Kyi to visit.
Suu Kyi is Myanmar's foreign minister but also serves as its putative premier.
Nevada regulators said Thursday they'll let one of the state's largest sports book operators stay in business after years of underpaying winning gamblers because the Las Vegas company is ousting its CEO.
The Nevada Gaming Commission approved a $1.5 million settlement with CG Technology over miscalculations on its computerized betting system that date back to 2011.
Commissioners said they would have revoked the business' gambling license but the impending removal of CEO Lee Amaitis made the settlement easier to accept.
The Nevada Gaming Control Board in May accused the gambling company of a series of egregious violations, including underpaying 20,000 winning bets by a total of $700,000 between August 2011 and March 2015, accepting bets after a match and knowingly withholding information.
Lawyers for former Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva say they have filed a petition at the U. N. Human Right Committee denouncing what they call a lack of impartiality and abuse of power by the judge investigating the mammoth corruption-kickback scandal at state-owned oil company Petrobras.
Besides Silva's attorneys, the petition filed Thursday in Geneva was also signed by British lawyer Geoffrey Robertson, a human rights specialist.
The attack comes as aid agencies are warning that children are dying of starvation daily among half a million people in need of urgent help in recently liberated areas that still are dangerous to reach.